Mobile Gambling Report Launched by H2
H2 Gambling Capital conducted an in-depth analysis of the global mobile gambling market for a year and recently announced the release of its eagerly awaited mobile report aiming to be the most complete and authoritative ever written on the topic.
“Gambling Goes Mobile” includes topics such as historic roadblocks, network technologies, operating systems, software delivery, devices, smartphone and mobile penetration for all major markets, payment processing, product verticals, detailed market overviews, software suppliers, operators, social platforms, market size and forecasts and conclusions and recommendations.
The comprehensive research takes into account markets across the world offering all-inclusive insight into potentially lucrative areas based on 15 years worth of H2 knowledge. “Gambling Goes Mobile” is based on research and data from highly reputable sources within the internet gambling industry, in conjunction with skill from other technology related sectors.
The last year H2 picked up on a widespread misapprehension of mobile and noticed clear gaps in internet casinos’ present offerings. It aims to address the shortcomings of these misconceptions and to equip internet casinos, analysts and investors with the necessary insight to harvest the best possible knowledge the mobile gambling industry has to offer.
Market Worth and Indicators
In 2010 the global mobile gambling market was valued at €2.22bn, the Japanese racing Association (JRA) accounted approximately 57% of this, however, the equivalent share this year might be in the region of 40% subsequent the earthquake and the positive growth of mobile gaming in numerous other markets. By the end of 2015 Gross Gambling Yield (GGY) could grow at CAGR by as much as €5.4bn.
The mobile gambling market accounted for 9.8% of the world’s total gambling market at the end of 2010. Over the next few years this figure might increase to 12.9% and 0.9%. Conventionally betting makes up all large proportion of the mobile gambling market at 76.74% of global GGY, driven mainly by the JRA the world’s largest mobile betting operator by a mile. Nevertheless, within the next five years, product market share will shift towards gaming and lotteries as technology evolves enabling players a gaming experience that will rival that of PCs and laptops.
Market researchers predict that mobile gaming will constitute 50.48% of the global mobile gambling market, gaming will comprise of 39.82% and lottery 9.7%. The race is now on to see which markets will emerge as the world’s top mobile gaming heavyweight. History clearly indicates egaming operators who make the first move eventually gain the strongest foothold and the biggest profits.[addtoany]